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Image:QT - Antoine Galland.PNG|thumb|Antoine Galland '''Antoine Galland''' (April 4, 1646 – February 17, 1715) was a French oriental studies|orientalist and archaeologist, most famous as the first European translator of ''One Thousand and One Nights'' which he called ''Les mille et une nuits''. His version of the tales appeared in twelve volumes between 1704 and 1717 and exerted a significant influence on subsequent European literature and attitudes to the Muslim world|Islamic world. Jorge Luis Borges has suggested that Romanticism began when his translation was first read.
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Arabic literature
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Islam
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Oriental literature
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Persian literature
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Tatars
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Turkish literature
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Canadian Libraries
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University of Toronto - Robarts Library
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University of Ottawa
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galland, antoine, 1646-1715
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herbelot, barthélemy d', 1625-1695
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forster, edward, 1769-1828
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herbelot, barthélemy d', 1625-1695
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dixon, e., editor
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durand, godefroy [illustrator]
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French
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